Coming in at #19 on our countdown for the top girls cross country teams entering this season are the Pecos Panthers.
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Broomfield's girls claimed the Colorado 5A title and Colorado power merge. Davis, American Fork, and Desert Vista loom next ahead of the Eagles. Photo by Karen McCoy.
The Desert Vista girls stuck together nicely early at Desert Twilight and ended up as decisive team champions. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Highland's girls took a big win, and an even bigger trophy, out of this weekend's Doug Conley meet. Photo by Irving Girabaldi.
While we've been waiting to see the real Mountain Vista team, Monarch gave some proof they will be heard from this season. Here, Charlie Perry forms the middle of a 2-3-4 finish for Monarch at Centaurus on Saturday. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Jesse Madrid (2002) is part of a deep roster of returning runners for Hobbs who figure to give the rest of New Mexico fits this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
If anyone was hoping Alamosa might let up a little now that they'd won a state title, Isaiah DeLaCerda put those hopes to rest. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The top six finishers at Colorado 5A Region 5 all wore Mountain Vista green. Photo by Joel Hawkins.
Can the tandem of Elizabeth Reyes and Cora Cannedy keep Taos in the Girls Championship Race title hunt? File photo by Alan Versaw.
Will Handley's second-place finish was a key piece in the stunning Timpanogos upset at Bob Firman on Saturday. Colorado Track XC file photo by Alan Versaw.
Ryan Sandoval leads a very good Pecos (NM) team that's been coming in for a lot of small-school attention in the Southwest region. Photo by Alan Versaw.
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Elizabeth Reyes and Cora Cannedy had the lead entirely to themselves from a very early stage of the Joe Vigil high school girls race. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Kaleb Crum is a stalwart veteran on an imposing Lamar roster. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Southwest region small schools lay claim to plenty of exceptional talent, as exemplified here by Tuba City senior Albert Fuller. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Aric Kedge is a mainstay in a deep Albuquerque Academy roster that figures to be about due for a breakout year. Photo by Alan Versaw.
The Navajo Prep Lady Eagles will be looking to claim the top prize in Saturday's 3A Girls Cross Country Championship. Photo by Sampson Sage.
Look for Taos' Roy Madrid in the lead pack at the District 2-4A Meet. Photo by Blake Wood.
The Onate Knights will be one of 32 teams to take the starting line in the Championship Race at Saturday's Rio Rancho Jamboree. Photo by Alan Versaw.
While not in the same race, Valencia's Carisma Lovato and most of the Albuquerque Academy field will be in action this weekend. Photo by Rod Stanopeiwicz.
With the crack of the starter's pistol, competitor's in the 2014 Albuquerque Academy Invite rush to establish position, including eventual winner, Niles Thomas (second from the left). Photo by Blake Wood.
Friday brings another chapter to the storied history of the Albuquerque Academy Invite. Photo by Blake Wood.
Ryan Sandoval and Austyn Salvador could see a lot more of each other at this year's state meet--and with potentially a lot on the line. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Ryan Sandoval placed 10th at the 2013 state meet. As a junior next fall, he figures to place even higher in 3A next fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rounding the soccer fields, Kelli Reagan had already established the lead she would never relinquish. Photo by Blake Wood.
Jimmy Buchanan leads a Santa Fe Prep team that figures to go title hunting this fall. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Leandrew Daily's contribution this fall will be key for the chances for Navajo Prep. Photo by Alan Versaw.
Rachel Fleddermann stakes out an early lead (one that she would not relinquish) in her district race last weekend. Photo by Tim Host.
Mora's Alonzo Chavez and Pecos's Cassie Cde Baca captured the district meet titles at District 2 - 2A. Photos by Tim Host.
The St. Michael's boys enjoy a little camera time before their race on Friday evening. Photo by Margot Kelly.
Madison Foley and Mikayla Pulliam lead the Los Alamos pack through the middle portion of Friday's race at Socorro. Photo by Blake Wood.
Last year, Pecos made a reasonable contest out of the state meet, but Laguna-Acoma ended up with the title. If Pecos is going to keep it as close again this year, they will have to find replacements for a couple of key runners, including state champion Antonio Varela.
If you're needing a reason to show up in Albuquerque for the 1A/2A state championships in early May, look no further than 2A boys.